Don’t Wait to Use Your US Airways Companion Certificate
If you were able to snag the US Airways® Premier World MasterCard® (and its 50,000-mile offer) before it disappeared, you ended up with a US Airways companion certificate, which allows you to bring along up to two friends or family members for $99 each (plus taxes and fees) with the purchase of a qualifying ticket. It’s a great perk, but there are limitations—particularly on when you can use it. Nick Ewen, writing for The Points Guy, recommends you use it sooner rather than later. Check out his post, which offers everything you need to know to redeem it, here.
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